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Jason Snyder
Jason Snyder
Co-host of Both/And podcast, Metamodern Generalist | embodied non-dual awareness ~ enaction | Bioregional Regeneration
Co-host of Both/And podcast, Metamodern Generalist | embodied non-dual awareness ~ enaction | Bioregional Regeneration
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Metamodern generalist | embodied non-dual awareness ~ enaction | bioregional regeneration

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Professional and educational background in applied economics, geography, GIS, scenario modeling/simulation, food systems, and international development.

General research interest: The evolution of food systems and their relationship to socio-economic development

Current Research topics:

Structural transformation and food value chains in East Africa

Google Scholar profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=vlhs0XQAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra

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Both/And
Good faith conversations exploring ideas & practices that drive personal & collective development


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Good faith conversations exploring ideas & practices that drive personal & collective development. Jason Snyder & Jared Janes host a wide variety of guests with the goal of enacting inclusive/metamodern & contemplative sensibilities.

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Recent Videos and Podcasts where Jason Snyder has been interviewed

August 10th, 2021 Jason and Ashley conclude their Doomer Optimism series at The Stoa and talk about the next phase of DO. Why are the YouTube comments disabled? Answer: https://thestoa.substack.com/p/stoic-punk-or-why-you-should-stop …Read more
Jim talks with Ashley Colby & Jason Snyder about the growing movement of Doomer Optimism. They discuss Ashley’s coinage of the term, doomer optimism as an open-source structure of feeling, …Read more
This Episode: Joe Norman (https://twitter.com/normonics) and Jason Snyder (https://twitter.com/cognazor) Support The Side View: https://www.patreon.com/thesideview​ https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/thesi…​ Follow: https://twitter.com/TheSideViewCo​ https://www.facebook.com/TheSideViewCo/​ http://thesideview.co/​ …Read more
@cognazor I just want to thank you @nealjclark1 for making Maine seem so hip and cool, now we all want to move there! …Read more
What can we say, we are Maine enthusiasts! Quoted feed from @nealjclark1 Your good buddy BoiltOwl who never did no body no harm is getting absolutely roasted tonight by vile impostors and not one of you lifted a finger to stop it. I DO NOT FORGET AND FORGIVE EVEN LESS …Read more
I hate to be the one to say this but they talking about you on that other platform …Read more
@cognazor This book gets into a lot more of the details. researchgate.net/publication…… Also, this article is helpful kirankashyap.medium.com/what…… Short answer is, nobody really knows exactly what it would look like, but it would be quite different Quoted feed from @FreehaShaukat @cognazor It was hard for me to understand how this will look if implented. Is there any more articles on …Read more
“A relocalization which does not draw from a global knowledge and design commons and which is relegated to only local knowledge can at best produce ‘life boat’ relocalization and at worst will not produce basic sufficiency” actionforesight.net/cosmo-lo… …Read more
@cognazor Once the peas grow will double as a bit of shade for the greens planted in between …Read more
@cognazor Nothing fancy, but it will work …Read more
@cognazor Getting the starters some direct sunlight after a couple days of cold and rain …Read more
@cognazor Strawberry and hops …Read more
Pea plant reaching out its arms, time to put up some trellising …Read more
@cognazor Grape blossoms …Read more
@cognazor Crying comes if they don’t …Read more
@cognazor This is my general position, but have been leaning towards public school for my situation in particular, and figure I should invest in it fully Quoted feed from @cognazor Public school vs. homeschool is a distraction. Most of us want human scaled, inherently creative, and socially engaging education for our kids. For some people this can be accessed through …Read more
If a baby is just staring at you sober-eyed, don’t worry they are just absorbing your vibe …Read more
@cognazor Smiles come when they feel safe with your vibe …Read more
@cognazor I’m not against homeschooling, but I think this logic is weak. Just by being actively involved / friendly, it’s inevitable that you will have influence if you are also firm in your values. Also, healthy family culture is reinforced by healthy local culture Quoted feed from @TornadoNate Pretty naive IMHO to think you’re going to have an influence as …Read more
Jason Snyder retweeted: Yeah there isn’t really another way. The schools are the heart of rural life. All networking and culture building radiates out from there. FASTEN BAYONETS …Read more
@cognazor …plum tree in the front, beginning of garden and grape trellises on the right …Read more
@cognazor Broader view, a blooming dogwood on the left …Read more
Recently I have taken my kid to t-ball practice and kindergarten orientation at the local rural elementary school, people seemed cool. I am officially public school pilled, low key heavy parent involvement goated, school board, parent coach assistant, and school garden curious …Read more
@cognazor When @nealjclark1 is right, he’s right. Public school (at least rurally) is where the localist action’s at, where you put your skin in the game and become a positive influence on the local culture …Read more
Jason Snyder retweeted: So we are always skirting around the topic of religion, and in this episode, I speak with a practicing Catholic and Lutheran to get their thoughts about living in faith and not being internet brained about it. Go to church Easter Sunday! …Read more
@cognazor I suspect that getting the frogs a stable habitat is a micro-keystone species situation. Eats mosquitos and other garden pests, and is also prey to birds, snakes, etc …Read more
Spring rain, pond recharge …Read more
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